NFL Star Rueben Mayes Signing Autographs in Pullman - Support High School Athletics
PULLMAN, WA - 5 Star Sports of Pullman is hosting a sports card show and a Rueben Mayes autograph signing tomorrow. The show runs from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Courtyard by Marriott Pullman and the autograph session with the former Washington State University and NFL running back will occur between 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.All autograph proceeds will be donated to the Regional High School Athletic Training Program which provides athletic training services to small and rural high schools in the Pullman area, according to organizer John Elbracht.
2024 Exclusive Sneak Peek: Jonah Elliss, DL/Edge, Utah
Welcome to the Exclusive Sneak Peek: Jonah Elliss was a 3-star prospect out of Moscow Senior High School in Moscow, ID. He comes from a lineage of NFL players. His father was selected in the first round of the 1995 NFL draft by the Detroit Lions. The current New Orleans Saints linebacker Kaden Elliss is his older brother. Jonah committed to Utah in August of 2020.
U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairwoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers announces retirement
Cathy McMorris Rodgers is a longtime member of the United States House of Representatives. She was elected from the 5th District of Washington, which includes Spokane and Pullman.
Patricia Otto, 24, vanished from her Idaho home on August 31, 1976, after arguing with her husband
In the small town of Lewiston, Idaho, a chilling tale of mystery and suspected foul play lingers in the memories of its residents. Patricia Lee Otto, a 24-year-old mother of two, vanished without a trace on August 31, 1976, leaving behind a story marked by suspicion, tragedy, and unanswered questions.
Fmr Inmate Allegedly Forges Jail Check, Reimbursed $19.75 but Changes Amount to $119.75
CLARKSTON, WA - A former inmate of the Asotin County Jail has been arrested and charged with Forgery after he allegedly changed the amount of a check he had received from the jail. Monte Dale Clark, 37, reportedly was reimbursed his "balance on release" from jail for $19.75 on September 17, 2023, but when an official was reconciling the bank account for October, they noticed that the check was written for $119.75. That check cleared the bank on October 23rd.
A Culinary Adventure at Hazel's Good Eats: Where Flavor Meets Fun
Situated in the very centre of Clarkston, Hazel's Good Eats offers a fascinating gastronomic adventure, combining a charming, entertaining ambiance with a variety of tantalising meals. Indulge in a delightful change of pace at this delightful restaurant known for its distinctive 'gas station alley' motif, replete with eccentric artwork and galvanised accents. It's more than simply a restaurant; it's an experience in and of itself, with a welcoming atmosphere that embraces all, including our esteemed veterans, and innovative menu items that will challenge your taste buds.
Tuition Shock: WSU Board of Regents Votes to Increase Tuition for 2024-25 Academic Year
Washington State University (WSU) has recently voted to increase tuition rates for undergraduate and graduate students in the 2024-25 school year. The decision was made by the WSU Board of Regents, who met to discuss various matters and hear reports from different constituencies within the university. While this tuition increase will affect all students, specific degree programs will be exempt from the higher rates.
Suspect in Brutal Idaho College Murders of 4 Students Back in Court, Wants Charges Dismissed
Trial date for Bryan Kohberger, suspected of committing Idaho College Murders remains uncertain as Judge considers request to dismiss charges. The anticipated trial date is yet to be determined for Bryan Kohberger, the 29-year-old criminology PhD student charged with the brutal murders of four University of Idaho students. Kohberger, accused of the mass killing, appeared Friday in the Latah County Courtroom for two pivotal hearings, one of which marked the case's first-ever livestreamed session by the judge.
Clarkston Woman Arrested For Alleged Assault of 5YO Boy Whose Eyes Were Swollen Shut
CLARKSTON, WA - Following an investigation into a five-year-old boy's serious eye injuries, Clarkston Police arrested a 40-year-old Clarkston woman on one count of 2nd-Degree Assault of a Child. According to a Probable Cause Affidavit, the boy's eyes were swollen shut and there were corneal abrasions on both eyes. Katherine F. Harrington was booked into the Asotin County Jail at around 4:51 p.m. Tuesday.
Community Watch: Pullman Police Seek Public's Aid in Identifying Hit-and-Run Suspect
The Pullman Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a woman involved in a recent hit-and-run incident at Cougar Ridge. The police have released a blurry image of the suspect's vehicle and are urging anyone with information to come forward.
Idaho Murder Case: America's Most Wanted host John Walsh predicts Justice on Bryan Kohberger trial
John Walsh, the legendary host of "America's Most Wanted" who launched the show after losing his son to a brutal child kidnapper in 1981, is offering advice to the parents of the four University of Idaho students killed in their off-campus home in November 2022.